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Bobolink

Dolichonyx oryzivorus

Description:

Bobolinks are small songbirds with large, somewhat flat heads, short necks, and short tails. They are related to blackbirds and orioles, and they have a similar shaped, sharply pointed bill. Breeding male Bobolinks are mostly black with a white back and rump, and a rich buffy nape. Females and nonbreeding males are warm buffy brown, streaked with dark brown on the back and flanks. They have bold brown stripes on the crown but are unstreaked on the nape of the neck. The bill is pinkish.

Habitat:

Open field

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Madison, Wisconsin, USA

Spotted on May 15, 2014
Submitted on May 19, 2014

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